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dc.contributor.authorMacNeill, Eoinen_IE
dc.contributor.authorHobson, Bulmeren_IE
dc.contributor.otherDublin Diocesan Archivesen_IE
dc.identifier.otherwm_P1_GNS321.jpg IrishVolunteer.pdf
dc.descriptionFinal issue of the “Irish Volunteer” newspaper. This publication played an important role in disseminating news and political commentary to the Irish Volunteers. It also provided information about training and military strategy to members. When the MacNeill/Redmond split happened in September 1914, the “Irish Volunteer” took Eoin MacNeill’s side. After a brief gap in publication, it was relaunched with MacNeill’s name under the masthead as editor. This final edition dated 22nd April 1916 is significant as it was the last issue. Published the day before the Rising, an item of particular interest is the column headed “Notes from Headquarters”: “Arrangements are now nearing completion in all the more important Brigade areas for the holding of a very interesting series of manoeuvres at Easter”en_IE
dc.rightsReproduced by kind permission of the Dublin Diocesan Archives. Digital image by South Dublin Libraries, Local Studies. South Dublin Libraries do not own the copyright in this image. If you wish to reproduce this item, please contact the Diocesan Archives, Holy Cross College, Clonliffe Road, Dublin 3. Tel. 01 8379253, Email: info@dublindiocese.ieen_IE
dc.subject1916 Risingen_IE
dc.subjectIrish Volunteeren_IE
dc.subject1916 Newspaperen_IE
dc.titleFinal issue of the “Irish Volunteer” newspaper dated 22nd April 1916en_IE
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